Here’s a preview of some upcoming events:
Screening of The Philadelphia Story
Susan Wolf (UNC) – “Loving Attention: Lessons in Love from The Philadelphia Story”
“Hannah Arendt, Multiculturalism, Feminism, Judgement: A Conversation with Linda Zerilli” (In conjunction with the Symposium on Judgment, October 4-5)
“E.G.: The Use of Examples in Philosophy and Literature” a Mini- Symposium to explore the work of examples in Philosophy and Literature, with lectures by Eli Friedlander and Keren Gorodeisky.
Lydia Goehr – “Music and Painting: Reviewing the mediums of voice, ear, and instrument”
Richard Moran and Sabina Lovibond Lectures
Young Scholars Workshop “Literature, Philosophy, Feminism,” led by Richard Moran and Sabina Lovibond
March 20 and 21:
Richard Fleming (In conjunction with the Audiovisualities Lab Symposium) –
- “Grammatical Stirrings I: Listening to Cage (ExperimentationChanceSilenceAnarchism)”
- “Grammatical Stirrings II: Reading Cavell’s The Claim of Reason–Threads of the Inner and Outer”
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